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JSON-LD Added To List of Formats Recommended For Use With Schema.org

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LOGO: Semantic Technology & Business Conference; June 2-5, 2013, San Francisco, CaliforniaOn Wednesday, The Semantic Technology and Business Conference will feature as a near-to-the-end session a panel dubbed WebSchemas: Schema.org and Vocabulary Collaboration. The session, which includes Google’s Dan Brickley as its organizer, is expected to include a discussion of a piece of news announced on Monday. Writes Brickley here: “Schema.org is all about shared vocabulary – it helps integrate data across applications, Web sites and data formats. We are adding JSON-LD to the list of formats we recommend for use with schema.org, alongside Microdata and RDFa – each has strengths and weaknesses for different usage scenarios.”
He notes that there are some technical details to be covered regarding exactly how schema.org terms are defined for JSON-LD usage, “but it is already clear that JSON-LD is a useful contribution to structured data sharing in the Web.”  W3C’s work on JSON-LD, he said, provides mechanisms for interpreting structured data in JSON that promotes interoperability with other data formats, and that  it provides value for developers and publishers, and improves the flow of information between JSON and other environments.
The session where you should have a chance to learn more this  takes place at 2:15 today, in Imperial A.

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Jennifer Zaino is a New York-based freelance writer specializing in business and technology journalism. She has been an executive editor at leading technology publications, including InformationWeek, where she spearheaded an award-winning news section, and Network Computing, where she helped develop online content strategies including review exclusives and analyst reports. Her freelance credentials include being a regular contributor of original content to The Semantic Web Blog; acting as a contributing writer to RFID Journal; and serving as executive editor at the Smart Architect Smart Enterprise Exchange group. Her work also has appeared in publications and on web sites including EdTech (K-12 and Higher Ed), Ingram Micro Channel Advisor, The CMO Site, and Federal Computer Week.

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